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bill
http://news.airwise.com/story/view/1301867135.html

Evidence of widespread fuselage cracks and fatigue were found on a Southwest Airlines jet that made an emergency landing in Arizona with a hole in the cabin, a US safety investigator said.


Boeing knew the parts from Ducommun were defective

These people were warning that there were going to airframe failures --- they were fired from Boeing


CJEAN
Hi, Bill and all.

QUOTE (bill @ Apr 4 2011, 11:56 AM) *
. . .Boeing knew the parts from Ducommun were defective. . .
These people were warning that there were going to airframe failures --- they were fired from Boeing

If the site "Al Jazeera" is not good enough for you,
you can also see news from the "Washington Post":

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/conte...6041600803.html

And??? The FAA, always "trustable" ??? . . .
. . .Same as the FDA ? who accepts scraps like aspartame/splenda/aminosweet,
the MSG/GMS, the fluoride, the "Roundup ready", OGM/GMO, Monsanto . . .???

Blue skies.
bill
This is exactly what the Boeing whistleblowers were talking about

737's are off my fly list along with Airbus A300's



http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/U/US_...EMPLATE=DEFAULT


NTSB: Loose rivets found in plane with hole



But the latest evidence points to a likely flaw in the plane's manufacturing and inspections of the process, said John Goglia, a former NTSB board member and expert on aircraft maintenance.

If rivet holes are even slightly too large, over time the flaw puts too much stress on the surface between holes and causes metal to fatigue or weaken, said Charles Eastlake, a former professor of aeronautical engineering at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Fla.
amazed!
Interesting stuff, but somehow now terribly surprising.

Boeing might be in the hot seat.
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